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Oct 7, 2012 8:00am PDT
seriously has that cut. he has defense of both roles. his point is bill o'reilly's point. they want to make the point if you come about your views genuinely, believe in them, honest about them, smart about them and if you have a sense of humor, you can poke fun at yourself, this kind of dialogue can happen. you saw that last night, two people very much disagree, but the nice was pleasant. you don't see it a lot on cable news and they talked about that. that's the primary goal to say if we can do it, you can do it. >> what does bill o'reilly get out of it, he is a hard driving interviewer, pushing his point of view, not always a conservative point of view. certainly was being more critical of barack obama than mitt romney. what does he get out of hanging out with stewart? >> i think old age is softening him. it would kill him to hear that. when he was at -- started fox news, he was billed as the poster child for harsh cable, talks loud, aggressiveness, all things he would agree with. the reality is he is trying to, talks about it in interviews, carve out this spot where he says i don't hate
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